HTC has finally unveiled its new flagship smartphone earlier today. As expected, it’s called the HTC 10 and it’s really not that different from what was previously leaked about this handset. That being said, now that the new phone is official, customers interested in purchasing one will be more interested in its pricing and availability details. Customers in the United States need to know that one major carrier is not going to offer this handset.
Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint have all confirmed that they will be selling the HTC 10 but AT&T has decided to pass on this smartphone. It’s not going to sell the HTC 10 on its network.
Verizon hasn’t provided any details on pricing or availability yet as Big Red has only said that it will start selling this smartphone “in the coming weeks.” No word as yet from Sprint on the price either but it did mention that the HTC 10 is going to have support for its LTE Plus network. T-Mobile went in the same direction as it only confirmed that this handset will be available from its online and retail stores “this May.”
At least these carriers confirmed that they will be selling this handset, AT&T has decided not to, and it didn’t immediately confirm that fact. AT&T customers will be able to use the unlocked version of this handset on their preferred carrier but they’ll have to shell out $699 to pick one up directly from HTC. The locked version can be pre-ordered starting today on HTC.com and it will ship early next month.